Institutional investors have a duty to act in the best long-term interests of their beneficiaries. The impact of COVID-19 makes this goal even more important. Now, more than ever, ESG investing is the consideration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, alongside financial factors, in the investment decision-making process. ESG-oriented investing has experienced a meteoric rise—global sustainable investment now tops $30 trillion.

A lot of investors align their investment framework with the SDG. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are a great tool for measuring sustainable progress within organizations. They allow organisations to clearly communicate real impact, facilitate easier access to the growing market for sustainability financing, and connect investors with a pipeline of potential opportunities to address the ESG investing gap.

In a new era for business, operations excellence is not enough, where the societal context will set new benchmarks for what it means to be a great company and great investment. There are plenty of organizations (listed and non-listed) that need funding and there are also plenty of investors ready to make a profitable exchange. The only problem, it seems, is in matching each other.

ESG Meld Services are partnering with top professional firms to support boards to formulate business sector-based ESG strategies. SocietyNext’s ESG ecosystem connects with various International Community Organizations, local NGOs and Social Enterprises, who provide SDG World Record events or SDG-linked community projects for companies to make their implementation more outcome-oriented.

Service Scope:

  • ESG Reporting with Quantitative Approach

  • ESG Identity Customer-centric Alignment Benchmark & KPI Formulation

  • ESG Management/Trust Office with Change Management

  • ESG Philanthropy Trust

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